Scottish Broadband Push Will Wire-Up 80,000 More Homes in 2015

By Gary Cutlack on at

The consortium of groups organising Scotland's super-fast broadband roll out are expecting a big leap in connectivity next year, when around 80,000 more homes across the country will be able to get their streams flying at up to 80Mb/s.

The latest step is being coordinated by the Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband project, with financial input from Highlands and Islands Enterprise, BT, the Scottish government and the EU, and is bringing better internet to people in such diverse rural locations as Ballachulish and Dalmally. [The Scottish Government via Scotsman]